Charles Dickens

Kathleen Mary Tillotson (ed.), The British Academy/The Pilgrim Edition of the Letters of Charles Dickens, Vol. 4: 1844–1846

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To THOMAS MITTON, 26 MARCH 1844*

MS Huntington Library.

Devonshire Terrace | Twenty Sixth March 1844. My Dear Mitton

I am afraid he1 is in a bad way. It presented itself to me, when I came to think of it, as exceedingly probable that you would not have an opportunity of speaking to him on such a subject2 at such a time. I will call on you at about 3. There is no news of the house. All well.

  • Faithfully Ever
  •               CD.

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Editor’s Note
1 Smithson.
Editor’s Note
2 Probably the bond: see To Mitton, 30 May.
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